Town of Tecumseh renews cat intake program

WINDSOR, ONT. — Tecumseh council has opted to renew the Town’s agreement with the humane society to carry out its cat intake program. At

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Trump campaigns in Nevada, eyeing western path to White House

WASHINGTON — Pushing for new roads to reelection, U.S. President Donald Trump is going on the offence this weekend in Nevada, which hasn’t supported

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N.S. RCMP investigates report of couple offering children money to enter vehicle

HALIFAX — RCMP are investigating a report of a man and woman offering children money to get in a vehicle on Arena Road in

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Pelosi says Biden shouldn’t debate Trump, but Biden says he’ll serve as fact checker

WASHINGTON — Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden says he won’t skip debates with U.S. President Donald Trump this fall, vowing he’ll use the opportunity

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Montreal scientists make breakthrough in prostate cancer research

MONTREAL — After years of work, a team of Montreal researchers thinks they’ve found a game-changer in treating prostate cancer. “It’s going to be

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New U.S. aluminum tariff on Canada now in effect

TORONTO — U.S. President Donald Trump’s 10-per-cent tariff on Canadian aluminum imports takes effect today, despite Canada’s plan to hit back with $3.6 billion

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‘Little change’ for tattoo shops in London

LONDON, ONT. — Twenty-seven cases of COVID-19 have been linked to a single nail salon in Kingston, which has caused some concerns to grow

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Hundreds rally at Sask. Legislature on National Indigenous Peoples Day

REGINA — On a day that recognizes and celebrates Indigenous voices, hundreds rallied at the Saskatchewan Legislature to mark the occasion and ignite calls

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Doctors remove cell phone charging cable from man’s urinary bladder

TORONTO — Doctors in India removed a nearly two-foot-long cell phone charging cable from the urinary bladder of a 30-year-old man after they say

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‘Time for us to talk’: Masai Ujiri stresses need for conversation amid protests

TORONTO — Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri is urging everyone, from world leaders down, to have strong conversations about race as a way forward

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